Saturday, June 18, 2016

Tim Buckley - 1994 - Live At The Troubadour 1969

Tim Buckley 
Live At The Troubadour 1969

01. Strange Feelin' 5:40
02. Venice Mating Call 3:27
03. I Don't Need It To Rain 11:06
04. I Had A Talk With My Woman 7:32
05. Gypsy Woman 14:31
06. Blue Melody 5:37
07. Chase The Blues Away 6:19
08. Driftin' 7:56
09. Nobody Walkin' 16:05

Bass – John Balkin
Congas – Carter C.C. Collins
Drums – Art Trip
Guitar – Lee Underwood
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Written-By – Tim Buckley

Recorder At The Troubadour, L.A. September 3 & 4 1969.
Mixdown and editing at Penguin Recording.
Issued under licence from In-Discreet Inc.

A previously unreleased, recently unearthed recording that catches Tim Buckley at the time he began to incorporate jazz-influenced vocal improvisation and dense, impressionistic lyrics into his recordings. Backed by a small combo, Live at the Troubadour 1969 features loose numbers with bloodcurdling vocal scatting and instrumental jamming. The nine tracks on this 78-minute disc are mostly drawn from his Lorca and Blue Afternoon albums, and include two previously unavailable songs.



  2. Thx very much for all the Tim Buckley. One of the most intense (male) vocalistst ever. And also a mighty fine songwriter although I will say that it is really his powerful and emotional singing that carries the music.